Eduardo Arolas y su Orquesta Típica Criolla

Homenaje A La Vieja Guardia Del Tango: 1913 - 1918

El Bandoneón

Reference: EBCD 125


1. Marron Glacé
2. La Guitarrita
3. El Jaguar
4. Lágrimas
5. El Chañar
6. De Vuelta Y Media
7. Taquito
8. Rawson
9. El Gaucho Nestor
10. Amor Y Primavera
11. Adios Buenos Aires
12. Cosa Papá
13. La Duquesa Del Tabarín
14. La Cordobesita
15. Yo Lo Sabía
16. La Regina Del Fonógrafo
17. El Pabellón De Las Rosas
18. El Choclo
19. Germanie
20. Lágrimas Y Sonrisas

"The self-styled tiger of the bandoneón, Eduardo Arolas, was along with Vicente Greco and "Pacho" a hige figure in the early development of tango. He died of TB in Paris in 1924 at the age of 32. Had he lived, his contribution to the development of the tango in the 20s and 30s ould surely have been enormous.

The cover photo shows a guitar, but on most of these tracks Arolas is already using a piano giving the music more weight than we are are accustomed to for the music of this decadde The waltzes in particular are charming. De Vuelta y Media is not the milonga made famous by guitarist Roberto Grela."
- Mike Lavocah (


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